21 April 2022
This discussion paper aims to contribute to the growing scientific and policy discussion by exploring the links between human mobility and the green economy. By exploring existing good examples and lessons learnt, this paper identifies pointers as to how they could be replicated in other countries. Also, the paper highlights gaps in current understanding of the topic and proposes further avenues for discussion and research in this domain.
The paper is structured into six broad sections that explore the green transition in relation to the 2030 Agenda; skills development; EU policy developments including the European Green Deal; labour migration and Talent Partnerships, before ending with a set of recommendations and offering ideas for further areas of research.
The document is available in English 👇🏼.